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The Pitt News

First-year guard Carlton Carrington (7) dribbles during Tuesday night’s game against Missouri in the Petersen Events Center.

Preview | Pitt men’s basketball kicks off ACC play against Clemson

By Ari Meyer, Staff Writer December 1, 2023

Pitt men’s basketball took on Missouri on Nov. 28 with disappointing results. Due to their lackluster shot selection and Missouri’s superior rebounding, the Panthers lost by seven. Pitt now takes a...

Pitt’s volleyball team celebrates a point against Syracuse in the Fitzgerald Field House on Oct. 1, 2023.

Preview | Pitt volleyball gears up for two ACC matchups against No. 11 Georgia Tech and Clemson

By Dylan Grace, Staff Writer October 5, 2023

After two substantial conference victories last weekend, No. 7 Pitt volleyball (13-2, 4-0 ACC) returns home to Fitzgerald Field House this weekend to take on two ACC opponents — No. 11 Georgia Tech (13-1,...

Editorial | Clemson College Republicans shouldn’t hide behind respectability politics

Editorial | Clemson College Republicans shouldn’t hide behind respectability politics

By The Pitt News Editorial Board April 13, 2022
The Clemson College Republicans condemning a drag show politicizes a fun university event and alienates queer and transgender students.
Pitt senior pitcher Matt Gilbertson (45) pitches during Friday’s game against Clemson.

Panthers rebound, sweep No. 20 Clemson in weather-shortened weekend series

By Jermaine Sykes, Staff Writer March 27, 2022
Weather affected Pitt’s weekend series against Clemson, but the Panthers were still able to sweep the 20th-ranked team in the country. The sweep could be a turning point, as Pitt baseball recovers from losing six out of its last eight.
Pitt fans tailgating outside of Heinz Field on Saturday. More than 60,000 fans came to watch the Panthers take on the Clemson Tigers.

Panther fans flock to Heinz Field for marquee win over Clemson

By Tricia Caucci, Staff Writer October 26, 2021
Saturday’s football game against Clemson brought the largest crowd of the season so far to Heinz Field. Pitt fans partied at tailgates before kickoff and celebrated in the stands as the Panthers dominated the afternoon.
Clemson safety Nolan Turner (24) tackles Shocky Jacques-Louis (81), a first-year wide receiver, at Heinz Field on Saturday.

Photos: Clemson football game

By Pamela Smith, Visual Editor October 24, 2021
Pitt football beat the Clemson Tigers 27-17 on Saturday afternoon. After the victory, Pitt rose from No. 23 to No.17 in the Associated Press college football top-25 poll. 
Pitt’s Brandon Hill (9), David Green (2), Sirvocea Dennis (7) and Wendell Davis (20) run down the field at Saturday’s game against Clemson University at Heinz Field.

Column | Pitt flips the script in 27-17 win over Clemson

By Frankie Richetti, Staff Writer October 24, 2021
The Panthers seized a program-changing opportunity in a resounding 27-17 win over Clemson. Staff writer Frankie Richetti argues that, despite the magnitude of the opponent, players and coaches alike know this season is in their control.
Saturday’s football game vs. Clemson is one of the biggest home games in recent memory. Sports editor Stephen Thompson argues that it’s time for the team and its fans to meet the moment and embrace the expectations that come with success.

Column | Pressure is a privilege: Embrace expectations of Clemson week

By Stephen Thompson, Sports Editor October 19, 2021
Saturday’s football game vs. Clemson is one of the biggest home games in recent memory. Sports editor Stephen Thompson argues that it’s time for the team and its fans to meet the moment and embrace the expectations that come with success.
The Panthers (13-3, 9-2) fell to No. 4 Clemson (13-3-2, 8-3-2) 2-0, the team’s second loss of the season to the Tigers. The ACC’s automatic qualifier play-in game Saturday night took place at Clemson’s Historic Riggs Field.

No. 1 Pitt men’s soccer foiled again by No. 4 Clemson in chance for NCAA tournament bid

By Ben Bobeck, Senior Staff Writer April 17, 2021
The Tigers earned the ACC’s automatic NCAA tournament bid with the win, meaning Pitt will have to wait until selection day.
Pitt men’s basketball (10-11 overall, 6-10 ACC) fell short in a 77-62 loss at Clemson (16-6 overall, 10-6 ACC) on Saturday afternoon.

Pitt comeback falls short in 77-62 loss at Clemson

By Stephen Thompson, Assistant Sports Editor March 8, 2021
Pitt men’s basketball (10-11 overall, 6-10 ACC) was unable to overcome sluggishness on both ends of the court early. The Panthers’ comeback effort fell short in a 77-62 loss at Clemson (16-6 overall, 10-6 ACC) on Saturday afternoon.
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